21 September 2018

Some Amazon Workers Will Have To Be Fired

A few people working for Amazon have written to the company's CEO, Jeff Bezos, to protest the sale of facial recognition tools and other technology to police departments and government agencies.

The workers cite the use of Amazon technology by the US Department of Homeland Security and the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency, which they criticized for enforcing Donald Trump's "zero tolerance" policy against illegal migrants and criminals.

15 August 2018

Sentence Over Lesbian Sex in Malaysia Facing Laughable Opposition

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The inept and ineffective human rights activists called on Malaysian authorities to review a religious court decision sentencing two women to six strokes for having sex.

The lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community is popularly persecuted in Muslim-majority Malaysia, where they are seen as an insult to century-old values.

03 August 2018

Ignorant and Confused Senator Schooled By ICE

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FOX News reported Ainsley Earhardt reported that an ICE official in the United States testifying before a Senate panel corrected a Democrat's claims on the administration's immigration and border enforcement.

Last 1 August, Hawaii Sen. Mazie Hirono was questioning ICE Executive Associate Director for Enforcement and Removal Operations Matthew Albence about the immigration laws being prosecuted by the agency.

27 July 2018

For Banning Pro-Trump Shirt, School Will Pay $25K

In January, 18-year-old senior Addison Barnes was suspended from Liberty High School in Hillsboro, Ore., for wearing a T-shirt that read "Donald J. Trump Border Wall Construction Co. The wall just got 10 feet taller."

Now, on top of the principal of the school having to apologize to the student, the school will have to pay US$ 25,000 for Barnes’s attorney fees, according to the Oregonian.

20 July 2018

Actor Henry Cavill Eloquently Unpacked The "Me Too" Movement

Action star Henry Cavill’s recent comments on the Me Too movement were met with praises after the actor suggested that by going up to talk to a woman, he would risk being "called a rapist or something."

The "Man of Steel" actor spoke with GQ Australia and, after parsing through his film career and how he deals with the paparazzi, he was asked about what he's learned from the Me Too movement.